Tuesday, March 30, 2021

NaPoWriMo/GloPoWriMo 2021 is Upon Us!

Above image above courtesy of Maureen Thorson,

Hard to believe it's been one year since the last National Poetry Writing Month (or Global Poetry Writing Month) took place during COVID-19. We're still in the middle of a pandemic today, but the online poetry community is still going strong. Starting April first, I, along with countless others, will be trying to post one poem a day for thirty days of April.

This year marks the twenty-fifth anniversary of National Poetry Month. Will I do anything special this April? We'll have to see. I just hope to have thirty poems by April 30th. Anything else will be a happy surprise.

If you have a website or blog you'll be sharing your work on, submit it to the NaPoWriMo website, which will also be providing writing prompts for the duration of the event. You can visit this link to see every poem I post for the event. The challenge to write thirty poems without breaking the emergency haiku glass starts soon! Wish me luck.

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